Assessment is both formative (assessed over a period of time in order to provide feedback to students and enhance learning) and summative (assessment to determine competency). Competency determination is made after evidence gathered is based on a combination of classroom activities, question and answer activities, case studies, role play activities, including projects.
AIM Institute of Health & Sciences and the University of Canberra have an arrangement to provide Pathways to Bachelor Courses
AIM Institute of Health & Sciences has just received notification from the University of Canberra of Credit arrangements from our Diploma Courses
“This letter acknowledges that AIM Institute of Health & Sciences (CRICOS 03806D) students who successfully complete Diploma Qualifications are eligible for advanced standing into the listed University of Canberra (UC) degrees. Full detail regarding the credit granted is available on the UC website at https://www.canberra.edu.au/future-students/credit/browse:
The University of Canberra looks forward to welcoming eligible AIM Institute of Health & Sciences graduates and would be happy to provide any further information as required.”